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Trimming the front air dam
Anyone have any experience with trimming the front air dam on their truck? I know it makes at least a minimal impact on fuel mileage, but I'm not sure to what extend.
I don't like looking at that front air dam, and I'm not sure if it would look best completely removed, or just trimmed back?
Also wondering about the idea of painting the Adobe King Ranch lower body paint black to match the rest of the truck... any thoughts/opinions?
2011 F250 CC SB KR Black/Adobe
H&S Black Maxx, EGR Delete, DPF/DEF Deleted exhaust
Line-X'ed DiamondBack ATV Cover
295/20 TerraGrapplers, XD Spy's
AMP power steps
50-gal TransferFlow tank
B&W Turnover Ball w/ Companion Hitch
Firestone Air Springs - front and rear
ViAir Xtreme Duty air system
Kleinn Train Horns
2012 Heartland Road Warrior 30C 5th-Wheel Toyhauler
2 Can-Am Quads that go everywhere the TH goes!